August 29 – September 2

Wagon days is a weekend full of activities. The Big Hitch Parade is the centerpiece. This non-motorized parade is the largest in the Pacific Northwest and features quality wagons, buggies, coaches and carts. Wagon days events include a rodeo, Antique And Art Shows, Silver Car Auctions, western shoot-Out, Live music, the Sun Valley Ice Show, Art Gallery Walk and much more. This is a weekend for the entire family to enjoy with something for everyone!

Trailing of the Sheep Festival

Thu, Oct 10, 2013 – 5:00pm - Sun, Oct 13, 2013 – 3:00pm


Festival Honors Rich and Colorful History and Culture of Sheepherding in Idaho & The West

Dates:  Thursday, October 10- Sunday, October 13, 2013

Description:  Unique four-day festival honoring the history, heritage and cultures of sheepherding in Idaho and the west.  Includes a full-day Sheep Folklife Fair, a Fiber Festival, dancers, musicians, folk and traditional art, storytelling and culinary events featuring chefs, restaurants and American Lamb.  The event also includes workshops on fiber, cooking with lamb, photography, history, culture and a variety of other events.   There is a two-day National Qualifying Sheepdog Trial in conjunction with the Festival.  There are exhibits, storytelling, hikes and the Big Sheep Parade with 1,500 sheep strutting lively down Main Street, Ketchum, Idaho.

Website: or call 208-720-0585.

Cost:  Mostly free.

Awards:  Named one of the top Fall Festivals in the World by MSN Travel.  One of the top 100 Festivals in North America by the ABA and recipient of the Governor’s Award on Cultural Tourism.

News flash: Trailing of the Sheep was just highlighted on USA Today!!  Click here for the story!